Mar 06, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


 

Accounting

  
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    ACC 241 Accounting Principles 1 (3)


    Prerequisites: MAT 111  and MAT 112  
    An introductory accounting course designed to give a basic understanding of accounting principles and concepts, the accounting cycle, and income measurement. Emphasis is placed on recording and summarizing accounting transactions, and preparing and interpreting financial statements.
  
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    ACC 242 Accounting Principles 11 (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 241  
    This course is designed to provide students with a working knowledge of basic accounting principles, an understanding of how accounting affects and is affected by its environment, especially as it relates to ethical dilemmas, and an understanding of the importance of accounting in society as it relates to the users of financial statement.
  
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    ACC 340 Managerial Accounting (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 242  
    This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of analysis of accounting data that are useful in managerial decision making and in the control and evaluation of the decisions made within business organizations. An introduction to basic models, financial statement analysis, cost behavior analysis, and cost control procedures.
  
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    ACC 341 Intermediate Accounting I (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 242  
    This course is designed to provide an in depth review of the primary financial statements. The course is also designed to provide the student with insight involving the profession of accounting, including its constant evolving conceptual framework and the generally accepted accounting principles relating to the primary financial statements.
  
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    ACC 342 Intermediate Accounting II (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 341  
    This course is a continuation of ACC 341 , with an increase emphasis on understanding the intricacies involving balance sheet accounts and the interrelations with accounts on all other financial statements. Also, an intermediate level of financial statements analysis is covered.
  
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    ACC 343 Cost Accounting (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 242  
    This course covers the creation, use, and interpretation of internal accounting data and information. It emphasizes the managerial functions of cost control and reporting, budgeting, profit planning, and projections used in decision-making.
  
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    ACC 355 Federal Income Tax Accounting (3)


    Prerequisites: ACC 241  and ACC 242  
    This course provides an introduction to principles underlying taxation, as well as the basic tax rules and tax liability computations for individual taxpayers and soleproprietorships.
  
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    ACC 441 Advanced Accounting 1 (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 342  
    This course is designed to provide the most innovative and comprehensive insight of advanced financial accounting topics on the market today. Strong pedagogical (activities that require the student to impart knowledge and/or skill) elements are incorporated throughout this course. The course also includes advanced application of accounting pronouncements, relating to Business Combinations, Multinational Accounting and Accounting for partnerships.
  
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    ACC 442 Advanced Accounting 11 (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 441  
    This course is a continuation of ACC 441 , except with emphasis in the area of accounting for Not-for-Profit entities, interim statements and segment reporting.
  
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    ACC 443 Auditing Principles (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 342  
    The course is a study of auditing reports, standards and procedures, and related issues in the accounting profession.
  
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    ACC 485 CPA Review (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 342  
    A review of the four major areas covered on the CPA examination: Auditing, Business Law, Theory, and Problems. In addition, students are coached in test-taking techniques and study patterns for the examination.
  
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    ACC 498 Senior Seminar in Accounting (3)


    Prerequisite: ACC 342  (graduating seniors only)
    A seminar designed to help accounting students apply their previous accounting courses to current accounting issues and problems. The course should aid transition into the professional world.

Academic Success

  
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    OAS 103 Strategies for Academic Success (2)


    Enrollment in course is for continuing and readmitted students on academic probation to address previously employed learning skills and methods to evaluate their effectiveness.  This course will provide students with greater personal and academic success opportunities through proven strategies. Course may not be repeated and is non-degree applicable. Various assessment tools are employed to identify and evaluate student preparation and attitude for a successful college experience. Positive growth and self-motivation strategies are explored, with a special focus on developing an educational plan and life goals. Students will explore new and improved methods of study, time management, and the utilization of college support programs are mastered and applied. Three hours of learning assistance is required in the Student Success Center weekly. Failure to attend first meeting and complete course will result in immediate Academic Standards Committee review for next steps regarding academic probationary status. If extraordinary circumstances prevent a student from attending first session, they should contact Director of Academic Success prior to first meeting.

  
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    OAS 201 Leadership Strategies and Skills for Professional Development (1)


    Through a series of lectures, guided interaction, and group exercises, students will be prepared for their transition from college into either graduate school or a career by enhancing the professional development and leadership skills necessary to be successful. This course is an interdisciplinary team approach to empowering students academically, civically, and professionally through leadership training development, skills enrichment, networking, and collaboration. This classroom setting will serve as an arena for the exchange of information, activities, and exercises relative to academic readiness, self‐exploration, character building, communication, organizational development, leadership styles, practices, networking/coalition building, collaborative leadership/organizational activities, understanding of the key dimensions of leadership in diverse cultures and contexts, and theories. This a 1-credit class for students of all disciplines currently holding or has an interest in university student leadership positions. The course will cover topics such as: career exploration, graduate school preparation, money management, job search strategies, and leadership and community development. 


Art

  
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    ART 190 Introduction to the Visual Arts (3)


    A survey of the visual arts (painting, sculpture, and architecture) from prehistoric times to the present, with an emphasis on representative works of major periods and cultures.
  
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    ART 222 Drawing and Composition (3)


    An introduction to the principles and techniques of representational drawing and an investigation of various media. Fee: $35
  
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    ART 413 Crafts (3)


    A workshop in development and fabrication of such projects as copper tooling, hook rugs, wall hanging, tie dying, batik, macramé, and weaving. Students must provide their own materials.

Exercise Science: Pre-Athletic Training

  
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    ATH 300 Orthopedic Evaluation (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 373 BIO 374  
    This course presents principles and techniques in the clinical evaluation of athletic injuries and illnesses
    involving the lower extremities, upper extremities, and spine.
  
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    ATH 301 Introduction to Athletic Training (3)


    Spring/Day
    Prerequisites: BIO 373 BIO 374  
    This course experience is designed to educate the student about the profession of athletic training and introduce the students to concepts related to first aid, injury prevention, fitness assessment, the history of athletic training and legal parameters of the practice of athletic training.
  
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    ATH 370 Strength and Conditioning (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 373 BIO 374  
    This course is designed to promote students the knowledge in developing, tracking and learning about resistance training. Students develop exercise prescriptions, including weight-training programs and cardiovascular fitness programs based on client goals.  The course also focuses on strength training which includes instruction in lifts & principles of strength training and conditioning. Topics include but are not limited to systematic strength training, plyometric (explosion) training, speed & agility training, physiology of exercise, and other training methods.  Tests and measurements of fitness, strength, & conditioning, as a means of evaluating progress are part of this course.   
  
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    ATH 378 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries (3)


    Spring/Day
    Prerequisites: BIO 373 BIO 374  
    This course is designed to continue educating students on the profession of athletic training and introduce concepts related to injury prevention, injury mechanism and tissue response to injury, psychosocial components of athletic injuries, nutritional aspects of sports performance and the use of pharmacological substances within sports performance.
  
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    ATH 379 Therapeutic Modalities (3)


    Spring/Day
    Prerequisites: ATH 383 , ATH 384 
    This course is designed as both a lecture and laboratory experience to educate students regarding the knowledge, theory, and techniques for the use and application of therapeutic modalities as they pertain to the athletic training profession.
  
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    ATH 380 Pharmacology (3)


    Spring/Day
    Prerequisites:  BIO 373 BIO 374  
    This course is designed to examine the effects of medications and drugs commonly dispensed by athletic trainers and those commonly prescribed to their clients.
  
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    ATH 386 Nutrition for Sports and Performance (3)


    Spring/Day
    Prerequisites: BIO 373 BIO 374  
    This course is designed to focus on the nutritional needs of active individuals throughout the life course. Students will also examine psychological disorders associated with nutritional intake and sports.
  
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    ATH 400 Rehabilitation Techniques (3)


    Fall/Day
    Prerequisites: BIO 373 BIO 374  
    This course will focus on the physiological effects, indications, contraindications, and applications of therapeutic exercise and modalities in the rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses and the ultimate return to play criteria.
  
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    ATH 432 Organization and Administration in Athletic Training (3)


    Fall/ Day
    Prerequisite: ATH 378 
    This senior level course reinforces the organization and management skills students have been exposed to throughout their clinical experiences. Students will focus on managing athletic training clinics, including managing employees, completing facility plans, and constructing effective budgets.
  
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    ATH 495 Clinical Internship in Athletic Training (3)


    Prerequisite: Limited to Seniors only
    This course is designed to reinforce clinical skills pertaining to first aid, emergency management of injuries and
    introduce concepts related to taping and bracing for injury prevention and return to play and develop
    psychomotor clinical skills. As part of the course, students are required to complete a minimum of 150 clinical
    hours under the supervision of a certified Athletic Trainer, as assigned by the program director.

Biology

  
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    BIO 111 Introduction to Biological Science (3)


    A course designed to give the non-science major a survey of the fundamental aspects of biology. Emphasis is placed on the human as a model organism. Equal exposure is given to cellular organisms and population biology. There are three (3), 50-minute lectures or two (2) , 1 hour and 15 minutes lectures per week.  No lab is associated with the course. 
  
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    BIO 112 General Biology (3)


    Corequisite: BIO 113  

    A foundational course designed primarily for the non-biology major who needs to complete a course about the study of life. This course, with the lecture and its accompanying laboratory, are not only ideal for majors who need both course components, but also satisfy the science General Education requirement.  An introduction to the fundamental biological principles, including chemistry, cells, and function; genetics; evolution; ecology; and body systems will be emphasized.  There are three (3), 50-minute lectures per week.

     

  
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    BIO 113 General Biology Laboratory (1)


    Corequisite: BIO 112  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 112  
  
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    BIO 114 Principles of Biology I (3)


    Corequisite: BIO 115  
    The first course designed for Biology majors only. This course will provide fundamental aspects of biology with emphasis on the scientific method, chemistry of life, cellular structures and functions, and genetics. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 115 Principles of Biology I Laboratory (1)


    Corequisite: BIO 114  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 114 .
  
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    BIO 124 Principles of Biology II (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 114  
    Corequisite: BIO 125  
    The second course designed for Biology majors only. This course will provide practical aspects of biology with a survey of higher-level organisms. Emphasis will be placed upon the organismal kingdoms, human body systems, and principles of ecology and evolution. There are three (3) 50- minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 125 Principles of Biology II Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: BIO 115  
    Corequisite: BIO 124  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 124 .
  
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    BIO 212 General Zoology (3)


    Prerequisite:BIO 112  or BIO 124  
    Corequisite: BIO 213  
    Study of the biology of the major groups of animals with emphasis on morphology, taxonomy, diversity, and physiology. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 213 General Zoology Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: BIO 113   BIO 125  
    Corequisite: BIO 212  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 212  
  
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    BIO 214 Current Topics in Biotechnology (3)


    Prerequisite: None
    This course is designed to provide science and non-science majors an opportunity to learn about current issues in biotechnology that play a role in our society. Emphasis will be placed on the principles and theories of biotechnology, intellectual property protection, forensic analysis, gene therapy, stem cell research and drug discovery. Students will be engaged in analyzing situations related to the biological world. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 232 Plant Life (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 112  or BIO 124  
    Corequisite: BIO 233  
    Study of the theories, principles, and concepts of plant life. An evolutionary approach is emphasized. Topics include diversity, taxonomy, morphology, and physiology. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 233 Plant Life Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: BIO 113  or BIO 125  
    Corequisite: BIO 232  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 232 .
  
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    BIO 312 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 212  
    Corequisite: BIO 313  
    A study of morphology, systematic and phylogenetic relationships with emphasis on the vertebrates, with various theories of comparative anatomical evidence in support of organic evolution. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 313 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: BIO 213  
    Corequisite: BIO 312  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 312 .
  
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    BIO 323 Vertebrate Physiology (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 312  
    Corequisite: BIO 324  
    The study of the physiology of vertebrate organisms, with particular reference to man and the lower animals. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 324 Vertebrate Physiology Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: BIO 313  
    Corequisite: BIO 323  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 323 .
  
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    BIO 332 Microbiology (3)


    Prerequisites:BIO 112  or BIO 124 CHE 212 ; and MAT 115  
    Corequisite: BIO 332
    The study of microorganisms, with emphasis on bacteria and viruses. Techniques of sterilization, isolation, identification, and handling of microorganisms are studied. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
  
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    BIO 341 Cell & Tissue Culture Lecture (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 112  or BIO 124  
    Corequisite: BIO 342  
    This course is designed to acquaint students with the principles, technical requirements, scientific and commercial applications of tissue and cell culture as in vitro regeneration techniques, micropropagation techniques and applications. Students will be exposed to the knowledge of methods in plant and animal cultures with an emphasis of cell line development, cell engineering and commercial applications for food production. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week
  
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    BIO 342 Cell & Tissue Culture Lab (1)


    Prerequisite: BIO 113  or BIO 125  
    Corequisite: BIO 341  
    One (1), 3-hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 341  
  
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    BIO 351 Biotechnology I - Principles and Theories of Biotechnology (3)


    Prerequisite:BIO 112  or BIO 124  
    Corequisite: BIO 361  
    A study of the principles and theories of Biotechnology, designed to provide the student with general knowledge about the field of biotechnology and enable students to analyze situations or phenomena related to the biological world. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 352 Introduction to Molecular Cell Biology (3)


    Prerequisites:BIO 112  or BIO 124 ; and CHE 214  
    Corequisite: BIO 353  
    A general overview of the cell, emphasizing molecular approaches to understanding a cellular structure. Instruction is inquiry-based with extensive use of informational and instructional technology tools. Individual computers in the classroom are utilized to promote student-centered learning and collaborative learning activities through the use of the Internet, digital libraries, CD-ROM, video, and audio multimedia. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 353 Introduction to Molecular Cell Biology Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisites:BIO 113  or BIO 125 ; and CHE 224  
    Corequisite: BIO 352  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 352 .
  
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    BIO 361 Biotechnology I - Principles and Theories of Biotechnology Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite:BIO 113  or BIO 125  
    Corequisite: BIO 351  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 351 .
  
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    BIO 373 Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 112  and BIO 124  or CHE 112  
    Corequisite: BIO 374  
    This is the first of a two-semester course involving the structural and functional relationships of the human body. The course will provide anatomic and physiologic terminologies and the principles of the relationships between body form and function. Emphasis will be placed on systems integration, leading to an understanding of the human organism. The first semester of the course lays a foundation with basic biochemistry, cell biology and histology. It then begins covering the major systems with the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. The remaining organ systems are covered in Human Anatomy and Physiology II. There are three (3), 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 374 Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisites: BIO 113  and BIO 125  or CHE 122  
    Corequisite: BIO 373  
    One (1), 3-hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 373  
  
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    BIO 383 Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 373  
    Corequisite: BIO 384  
    This is a continued study of structure and function as related to the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Principles as related to physiology of metabolism, nutrition, body heat regulation, body fluid regulation, human growth and development and heredity are also included. There are three (3), 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 384 Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: BIO 374  
    Corequisite: BIO 383  
    One (1), 3-hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 383  
  
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    BIO 401 Genetics (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 112  or BIO 124 ; and MAT 115  
    Corequisite: BIO 402  
    The study of the physical basis of inheritance. Topics include genes as units of heredity and development, the qualitative aspects of genetic variation, and the physical and chemical properties of genetic materials. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 402 Genetics Laboratory (1)


    Prerequiste: BIO 113  or BIO 125  
    Corequisite: BIO 401  
    One (1) 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 401  
  
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    BIO 423 Ecology (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 112  or BIO 124 ;  and MAT 115   
    Corequisite: BIO 424  
    Exploration of the principles that govern the distribution and interaction of populations. Classical theory of a biotic environmental controls is contrasted with contemporary concepts that include competition, predation , and other biotic agents that organize populations and communities. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures, per week.
  
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    BIO 424 Ecology Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisites: BIO 113  or BIO 125 ; and MAT 115   
    Corequisite: BIO 423  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 423 .
  
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    BIO 432 Biochemistry Lecture (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 112  or BIO 124 ; and CHE 341  
    Corequisite: BIO 433  
    Study of the properties of biologically active compounds, enzymology, and metabolism. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 433 Biochemistry Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite:BIO 113  or BIO 125 ; and CHE 351  
    Corequisite: BIO 432  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 432 .
  
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    BIO 442 Immunology (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 323  and CHE 341  
    Corequisite: BIO 443  
    An introduction to modern immunological principles, concepts, and applications. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 443 Immunology Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisites: BIO 324  and CHE 351  
    Corequisite: BIO 442  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 442 .
  
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    BIO 451 Biotechnology II - Applications of Biotechnology (4)


    Prerequisites: BIO 351 , CHE 214  
    Exploitation of biotechnology in industrial processes with emphasis on agro and health industries as well as environmental management, designed to train students in hands-on conduction of experimental projects in applied biotechnology. The course will also provide a foundation for the principles of molecular genetics as they apply to research performed in the biotechnology industry. There are three (3), 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 452 Frontiers in Cell and Molecular Biology (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 124 , BIO 112  and CHE 341  
    Corequisite: BIO 453  
    A course designed to provide students with biotechnology competencies and research applications in the areas of molecular biology, cell biology, and developmental biology. The textbook materials are supplemented by biotechnology journal article resource materials. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 453 Frontiers in Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisites: BIO 125  and CHE 351  
    Corequisite: BIO 452  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 452  
  
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    BIO 461 Biotechnology II - Applications of Biotechnology Lab (3)


    Prerequisite: BIO 361  and CHE 224  
    One (1), 3-hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 451. 
  
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    BIO 480 Biology Seminar (1)


    Prerequisite: Junior or Senior status
    A course designed to expose majors to a broad range of current topics in biology while building research and presentation skills. The class meets once per week for 50 minutes.
  
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    BIO 483 Senior Capstone Course (2)


    Prerequisite: Senior status
    A course designed to integrate and assess skills and concepts acquired from the biology undergraduate courses, including classroom-based and experiential components. Comprehension competence of topics will be demonstrated in both written and oral forms by students. Preparation of the Major Field Test in Biology will also be a focus of this course. There are two (2) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 491 Research (1-3)


    Prerequisite: advisor’s consent
  
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    BIO 492 Research (1-3)


    Prerequisite: advisor’s consent
  
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    BIO 493 Neuroanatomy (3)


    Prerequisites: BIO 373   and BIO 383  
    Corequisite: BIO 494  
    A course designed to meet the required competencies of students majoring in Adapted Physical Education and Kinesiotherapy. It provides an integrated study of the human nervous system from anatomical and physiological points of view. There are three (3) 50-minute lectures per week.
  
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    BIO 494 Neuroanatomy Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisites: BIO 374  and BIO 384  
    Corequisite: BIO 493  
    One (1), 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements BIO 493 .

Business Management

  
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    BUS 201 Business Law (3)


    The course is an introduction to the study of the law of contracts, agency, negotiable instruments, bailments, sales, mortgages, bankruptcy, partnership, and corporations.
  
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    BUS 204 Principles of Business (3)


    The course is an introduction to the basic functions and operations of the free enterprise system in America. Students are introduced to primary disciplines: marketing, production, finance, accounting, and human resource management.
  
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    BUS 260 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)


    An examination of the determinants of national income, employment, and unemployment, real output, and prices. Problems of achieving growth in the midst of inflation are also discussed.
  
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    BUS 261 Principles of Microeconomics (3)


    Prerequisite: BUS 204  
    The course focuses on the examination of the role of prices in resources allocations, with the individual firm. It also includes a discussion of price determinations in various types of market structures and a consideration of market structures and a consideration of market structures and public interest.
  
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    BUS 320 Organizational Theory and Behavior (3)


    The course focuses on the social, psychological and behavioral aspects of organizations, including the concept of administrative leadership.
  
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    BUS 350 Principles of Marketing (3)


    Prerequisite: BUS 204  
    This course is an introduction to the broad concept of marketing. It covers the planning and executing that begins with the conception of the product and the pricing, promotion, and distribution strategies that follow.
  
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    BUS 361 Human Resource Management (3)


    Prerequisite: BUS 204  
    A study of the activities designed to provide for and coordinate the human resources needs of an organization. Topics include legal requirements, job analysis, human resource planning, recruitment, employee development, compensation/benefits, and union/labor relations.
  
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    BUS 362 Money and Banking (3)


    Prerequisite: BUS 260  
    The course focuses on the study of the principles and functions of money. Attention is also directed to banking organization and operations with special emphasis on central banking in the United States.
  
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    BUS 370 Managerial Finance (3)


    Prerequisites: ACC 241  and ACC 242  
    The course focuses on the study of the economic and financial structure of firms and their impact on the financial and operational requirements of firms. Concepts such as capital, budgeting, and cost of capital, leverage, and long and short term funding are discussed.
  
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    BUS 374 Introduction to International Business Operations (3)


    Prerequisite: BUS 204  
    The course is an introduction to the problems and possibilities of doing business in an international context. The course also prepares the student to see the opportunities and foresee the difficulties inherent in international business.
  
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    BUS 400 Production and Operation Management (3)


    Prerequisites: BUS 204 , MAT 113 , SSC 200  
    This course surveys the operations functions of organizations with emphasis on design and control decisions on manufacturing, and service organizations. The topics covered in this course include product design and planning issues, capacity and location planning, facility layout, intermediation, technology, and strategic planning for the operations function.
  
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    BUS 490 Strategic Management & Policy (3)


    Prerequisites: Graduating Senior, BUS 204 , BUS 350 , ACC 242 , BUS 370  
    This is the capstone course for graduating seniors. It focuses on formulation of effective competitive strategy to balance the opportunities and risks associated with dynamic and uncertain changes in the industry. The knowledge and techniques learned in earlier courses will be applied in an integrated fashion to the process of strategic decision making and organizational change. The topics covered in this course include the relationships of organizations to their environments, the hierarchy of organizational objectives, the integration of business functions, organizational structure, and policy implementation and evaluation.

Chemistry

  
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    CHE 112 Principles of Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisite: None
    Corequisite: CHE 122  
    “Principles of Chemistry” is open to any non-science major to satisfy graduation requirements. This one semester course covers basic topics in modern chemistry. Each topic will be accompanied by laboratory experiments and/or in-class demonstrations.
  
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    CHE 122 Principles of Chemistry Lab (1)


    Corequisite: CHE 112  
    One 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements CHE 112 .
  
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    CHE 212 General Chemistry I (3)


    Prerequisites: MAT 113  or a “C” in CHE 112  
    Corequisite: CHE 222  
    A study of atomic and molecular structure, the Periodic Table, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, and states of matter. There are three 50-minute lectures and one 3 hour laboratory session per week.
  
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    CHE 214 General Chemistry II (3)


    Prerequisite: CHE 212  
    Corequisite: CHE 224  
    A continuation of General Chemistry I. The topics studied are chemical equilibrium, energy and chemical reactions, electrochemistry, properties of solutions and acid base concepts, and nuclear chemistry. There are three 50-minute lectures and one 3 hour laboratory session per week.
  
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    CHE 222 General Chemistry I Lab (1)


    Corequisite: CHE 212  
    One 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements CHE 212  
  
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    CHE 224 General Chemistry II Lab (1)


    Corequisite: CHE 214  
    One 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements CHE 214  
  
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    CHE 241 Analytical Chemistry I (3)


    Prerequisites: CHE 212  and CHE 214  
    Corequisite: CHE 251  
    A study of the theories and practices of qualitative analysis, using modern analytical instruments and wet chemistry. There are three 50-minute lectures and one 3 hour laboratory session per week.
  
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    CHE 242 Analytical Chemistry II (3)


    Prerequisite: CHE 241  
    Corequisite: CHE 252  
    A study of gravimetric and volumetric analyses with an introduction to instrumental analysis. These include acid-base equilibrium, buffer solutions, complex formation reactors, theory of instrumental analysis, and data processing. There are three 50-minute lectures and one 3 hour laboratory session per week.
  
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    CHE 251 Analytical Chemistry I Lab (1)


    Corequisite: CHE 241  
    One 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements CHE 241 .
  
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    CHE 252 Analytical Chemistry II Lab (1)


    Corequisite: CHE 242  
    One 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements CHE 242 .
  
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    CHE 341 Organic Chemistry I (3)


    Prerequisite: CHE 214  
    Corequisite: CHE 351  
    A study of the physical and chemical properties of cyclic and acyclic alkenes and other basic functional organic groups, including a heavy emphasis on synthesis and reaction mechanisms. There are three 50-minute lectures and one 3 hour laboratory session per week.
  
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    CHE 342 Organic Chemistry II (3)


    Prerequisite: CHE 341  
    Corequisite: CHE 352  
    A study of the physical and chemical properties of organic substances as they relate to the various functional groups with the use of modern instruments in the laboratory. There are three 50-minute lectures and one 3 hour laboratory session per week.
  
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    CHE 351 Organic Chemistry I Lab (1)


    Corequisite: CHE 341  
    One 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements CHE 341 .
  
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    CHE 352 Organic Chemistry II Lab (1)


    Corequisite: CHE 342  
    One 3 hour laboratory session per week that complements CHE 352.
  
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    CHE 412 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisites: CHE 214  and MAT 202  
    Corequisite: CHE 422  
    A study of the atomic structure, ionic and covalent bonding acid base chemistry, coordination chemistry, descriptive chemistry of transition metals, halogens and noble gases, and periodicity. There are three 50-minute lectures and one 3 hour laboratory session per week.
 

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